Automatically Use Low Power Mode on iPhone

You can count on your iPhone’s Low Power Mode to rescue you in tough situations where your phone’s battery is running low.

The Low Power Mode reduces the phone’s power consumption when the charge is below 20%.

This situation affects download and connection speeds across different 5G technologies, conserving the remaining percentage of power in your phone.

iOS will ask you if you want to activate Low Power Mode if the power drops below 20%.

But with the Shortcuts app, you can have the system do it automatically without asking you when the power drops below a percentage you specify.

Activate Low Power Mode on iPhone Automatically

You need to install and use the Siri Shortcuts app in order to activate this feature, and you have the app pre-installed on your phone.

You can also install it later from the Apple App Store at any time you wish, and you can do so by following these steps:

Head to the Shortcuts app and then click on the Auto Command button from the bottom.

After that, click the Create New Automated Command button or the Add button if you used the Shortcuts app previously.

After that you see a plethora of choices for commands that you can activate and use, but you need to head to the battery selection in the Power section.

You will find a set of options, and here you can select the percentage of power that you want to activate the low power mode after.

You can choose the percentage of the battery that will work after that, and you can make it work after 50%, by choosing the percentage and then pressing Next.

When you move to the next step, tap the Add Function button, and then choose Activate iPhone Low Power Mode.

Then click on the next step to move to the next option, which is to review the choices you made.

And you must turn off the Ask feature before activating, so that this feature works automatically without any options. By using the Shortcuts application, you can program any command to work automatically without any intervention from you, and the options that you can activate through this mode are varied.

Read also: Controlling Apple HomeKit Cameras

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